Your ILM Qualification Centre

No Guru is an approved centre for the Institute of Leadership and Management Centre and is approved to deliver programmes leading to recognised qualifications.

Additionally we are an approved provider and partner to The Leadership Centre at Leeds Beckett University, working on behalf of their ILM centre to deliver programmes and qualifications to a range of sectors.

These qualifications are very flexible and we can help you choose “units” of learning that are most relevant to your organisation or sector. With the new ILM framework you can almost design your own qualification. It’s that flexible.

 

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ILM Approved Qualifications

ILM Leadership & Management Qualifications
ILM Level 3 Award/Certificate in Leadership & Management
ILM Level 5 Award/Certificate in Leadership and Management

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ILM Coaching & Mentoring Qualifications

ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

ILM Level 5  Certificate/Diploma  in Effective Coaching

ILM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma for Executive and Senior level Coaches and Mentors

ILM Level 3 Award and Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring Q Card  ILM Level 5 Certificate and Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring Q Card  ILM Level 7 Certificate and Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring

 

 

 

 

If you want to deliver formal programmes leading to a recognised qualification through the ILM organisation, contact us on 0844 873 1226

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Can I Coach the Team?

20 Questions to enhance Teams

‘Can you do something with my team?’

‘What seems to be the problem?’

‘Well morale is really terrible, nobody seems to care about working here and we have lots of conflict’

‘So can I ask, what have you done to them?’

A not untypical conversation whenever I get asked to facilitate a Team Day, sometimes called an ‘away day’ or ‘teambuilding’ event.  Whilst I may be a bit harsh on the leader in this scenario, I do think that this kind of ‘state’ within the team is not a natural one. Something must have happened (or not happened), to create it. (more…)

Do you have time to think?

One of my ILM coaching delegates recently recalled a coaching session they had with a client. ‘I didn’t seem to do much, in fact I felt a bit of a fraud’, they said.

When I asked them to expand on this, they explained that (more…)

Am I a Coach or a Mentor?

We’ve been training coaching and mentoring for quite a few years now and this question always pops up, ‘What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring?’  In fact it’s one of the questions you need to answer if you want to (more…)

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Why be a coach or mentor?

… your business community needs you

I am a little biased but I love both coaching and mentoring.  I used to enjoy being the ‘trainer’ which satisfied the performer in me but as I get older there is something that I find deeply satisfying in being a coach or mentor (we will touch on the difference between the two in a later blog).

More than that, I find it a privilege to work with people.  (more…)

Speaking Truth to Power

For those afraid of speaking …

(But) TED is a tough, pressured, hugely stressful gig, even for experienced public speakers, and I’m not that. Standing in the wings waiting to go on, I told the stage manager that my heart was racing uncontrollably and in an act of great kindness, she grasped both my hands and made me take breath after breath. And what you don’t see in the video – deftly edited out – is the awful, heart-stopping moment when I forgot a line, followed by another act of collective kindness, a spontaneous empathic cheer as I composed myself and found my cue. “That’s when the audience came onside,” an attendee told me. “You were human. That’s when you won them over.”  Guardian April 2019

 

This from Carole Cadwalladr, a journalist at the Guardian who has in this last year investigated the role of tech corporations and their platforms in influencing the workings of our democracy.  What makes her TED talk so compelling is because here she is facing those very same technology giants on their turf.  And speaking truth to power.

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Coaching: Deep Impact

This week I had the chance to attend a seminar at the Leeds Coaching Network featuring renowned coach, writer and speaker Julie Starr.  You may be familiar with some of Julie’s work including; ‘The Coaching Manual’, ‘The Mentoring Manual’ and ‘Brilliant Coaching’ and the session was everything you expected it to be. (more…)